Tyrannosaurus Rex wrote: »
Quick question; the Explorer is in the game right?
Sinaz20 wrote: »
That's what's important to you?? :P
broodwars wrote: »
There was one continuity error that really bugged me about the Jurassic Park game, though. At the end of the first movie, the main characters are about to get eaten by the Velociraptors when IIRC the T-Rex burst through the walls and attacks them. Then after the main characters escape, the big "WHEN DINOSAURS RULED THE EARTH!" banner falls to the ground in front of the T-Rex as it roars.
However, in this game's Visitor's Center (which you reach after the characters from the first movie get away) there is no sign of the damage the T-Rex should have inflicted upon the main lobby, and the banner is gone.
Insane Guy of Doom wrote: »
The banner is still there actually, you can click on it and Jess will read it out loud.
SeanJP wrote: »
finished the game. Loved it. Hated when sorkin died. Loved when yoder died. Felt a sense of nostalgia when the brach's were bellowing. Didnt like how we didnt see any brachs. Mosasaur = awesomeness. Loved it overall. Anding kinda questionable. When they are hightailin it off the island it was to short.
Faceslasher wrote: »
why did you spoil that for me!
Now the game is ruined for me
Jake wrote: »
"Review" usually implies "completed the whole thing, now talking about it," so ending spoilers should be expected!
jpsandhu wrote: »
IGN gave it a 5.5/10
waroftheworlds01 wrote: »
Yeah, I just watched the review on youtube and he was wrong about a lot of things. I don't understand how he can say the story was bad. He even said the character were not devolped which is total bull.
lordvader900 wrote: »
I think that this should have been Jurassic Park IV instead of a game. Like I said, at times I thought I was watching a movie and died because of that. I'd rather find a way to mod the game and remove all the controls and just watch it like a movie.
Lambonius wrote: »
What? Really?? This baffles me. Can you honestly say you are happy to have paid 30 dollars to watch a fucking movie??
Datadog wrote: »
So I'm guessing "Walking Dead" will be done in a similar style? I wouldn't mind seeing Telltale do more games like this, as long as it's appropriate for the respective franchise. JP actually got my heart racing, and that's something I haven't felt from any game since the final chase scene in "Phantasmagoria" almost fifteen years ago - so the quicktime-event method is very appropriate for thriller-based franchises.
Faceslasher wrote: »
@Tobar, I'm from Spain. And I didn't mind her spanish, the accent was just a tad annoying. But her spanish was great.